"Being born and brought up in northern India and after speaking so much about the brutal rape case on the social media, I should not attend the premiere here. It doesn't look nice. We could not postpone it because a lot of effort has gone into it." "Me and my family were supposed to move out of the country during New Year but we didn't do that. I have been supporting the fight against the rape case and will do every possible thing in my way to get speedy justice," Jimmy told PTI.
Rajdhani Express, a socio-political drama, is directed by Ashok Kohli and also marks the debut of tennis star Leander Paes, who plays the role of a common man. The film will hit theatres on Friday.